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Inspired by Diá de Muertos or the Day of the Dead festival, widely celebrated in Mexico, to remember and celebrate our loved ones who've passed, for the soul never dies.

Symbolism

💀 The ofrenda is the temporary altar of this celebration where offerings are laid out to honour loved ones and contains gifts to represent the elements water, wind, earth and fire
💀 The sugar skull symbolises the circle of life and passed loved ones
💀 The orange marigolds or Cempasúchil was the symbolic flower of death for the Aztecs and represents the su and love

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